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He was a mighty guitarist

Craig from the venerable Everyone Loves Guitar podcast has put together a tribute to the late Eddie Van Halen. 16 prominent guitar players speak about EVH. That includes our own Steve Morse starting at 51:16 mark.

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Soul crushing in Milan

A new episode of Paicey’s Tales from the Bar. “This episode contains a stripper!”

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That was an improvement

Paicey’s Drumtribe is back after a brief hiatus with the next installment of Tales from the Bar — the early morning edition.

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The man who reinvented the guitar

Eddie Van Halen passed away on Tuesday, October 6, from complications due to cancer. Ritchie Blackmore paid tribute to the fellow guitar wizard: Eddie Van Halen was a brilliant guitarist who started a technique of guitar playing which was emulated by a whole generation of guitarists. He was one of the nicest musicians I ever […]

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Whoosh track by track

Ian and Ian give a track by track overview of the new album. It’s a 17-minute crash course into the lyrical universe of Whoosh for those who do not follow Caramba’s wordography.

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Boy soprano at a church choir

Ian Gillan answers to Loudwire‘s Wikipedia: Fact or Fiction. This was published 3 years ago, but somehow slipped under our radar all that time. Big Ian not as much as providing rebuttals, as goes on a tangent telling anecdotes from his career.

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Absent friends

Paicey reminisces about some guitar players he’d been working with and who are no longer with us — Randy California, Tommy Bolin, and Gary Moore.

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What you see is not necessarily what you hear

In the new installment on his channel Drumtribe, Paicey talks about click tracks and the editing wizardry that goes into a studio recording.

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Between glorious and calamitous

Paicey answers your questions. In today’s installment: Paice Ashton Lord, drum mounts, Don Bosco, The Mule, Knebworth, the immortality of youth, therapeutic drumming, and vintage Ludwigs.

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Genius of human imagination

Ian & Ian talk about why the new album wasn’t recorded in Timbuktu.

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